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Hi Aresnir, I heard about your Bionicle/Skyrim conversion project a while back, and I'd like to offer my services as a writer.
I can provide:
- Dialogue writing
- Quest writing
- Flavour text
- In-game books
- Tutorial text
I'm also a big fan of both Skyrim and Bionicle, and I have a lot of knowledge of both, so I can guarantee high quality writing that fits the setting. I think I could make a valuable contribution to Legend of the Toa.
Please don't hesitate to contact me if you'd like my help. :)
Hey, I'm experienced in 3d modelling and I'd be interested in helping with Legend of the Toa mod. I'm only 17 but I'm on summer break and I'm available a lot of the time. I have always loved Bionicles and have adored them since 2001. I also have experience in Audio engineering so sound effect stuff is something I could do as well. Thanks
Hey I was interested in the sound position you mentioned. I can cover a broad range of music and sound effect needs. I would say though that your comment about not needing voice actors seems strange. It's extremely difficult to create machine voice without some sort of human sample as the basis. Probably the best example would be Legion from Mass Effect 2. He sounds thoroughly mechanical yet has a voice actor.
The first year of Bionicle was accompanied by a Flash game, made by Templar Studios, called Mata Nui Online Game. It had no voice acting; when characters spoke, their words were shown in captions while sound effects like the whirring of servo motors played.
I assume Aresnir is following that lead. :)
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